Travis Scott and Pharrell team up in the studio as fans await album

Travis Scott has yet to officially announce when we can expect to hear his long-awaited successor to 2018's 'Astroworld', but a new photo of Scott

in the studio alongside a former collaborator has caught the attention of fans, speculating on what kind of sounds we'll 

'hear from Utopia'. As HipHopDX reports, on Saturday (August 27), a video of La 

Flame smiling while apparently producing something alongside an also smiling

Pharrell Williams surfaced online, setting up a lot of talk about what the rapper will be bringing to his next project.

Previously, Williams utilized his production talents for 2015's "Rodeo," when he worked alongside Mike Dean, as well 

as Scott and Allen Ritter on the track with Toro y Moi, "Flying High." A few years later, he teamed up with 

Canadian star, The Weeknd, and Tame Impala to help Travis with the song, "Skeletons." While it's still unclear if

Pharrell will participate in "Utopia" at this point, we saw the Houston-born producer 

debut unreleased tracks like "God's Country" and "Lost Forever" while performing at London's O2 Arena earlier this American summer.